F. HEGEL’S PHILOSOPHY OF CULTURE
Culture is an integral part of human nature and life development. Facing the conflicting facts and events every day, it is necessary to understand and rethink the man’s place in the crowded world of technological progress.
Based on theoretical developments and the concept of the great philosopher Hegel, the author analyzes his ideas about the cultural development and place of a particular individual in it. All the "pros" and "cons" of such thinking are deeply considered. The author also discloses the theoretically justified every person’s (as an individual) need for development.
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